ArcVera Renewables, a leading provider of consulting and technical services for renewable energy projects, has now unveiled its technical know-how for the standalone energy storage or hybrid projects.
For the standalone renewable energy projects, the company will be providing expert technical, financial, and independent engineering services.
The company, which is having over 40 years of global experience, has already supported more than 100 GW of operating renewable energy projects across six of seven continents.
Moreover, it has been recognized as one of the top technical consultants across the industry.
Commenting on the services launched for standalone projects, Gregory S. Poulos, CEO of ArcVera Renewables, said that “energy storage technology is fast becoming an economic standalone or hybrid solution for renewable energy project developers. With our advanced technical expertise sitting at the intersection of resource and energy storage assessment, we can deliver the accurate and bankable insights they need to deploy storage capacities effectively.”
Further, the company is having its expertise in both high-frequency time series resource and energy storage.
Besides, it also claimed that it will enable a reliable and durable integration of storage capacities into a renewable energy plant design, and its evaluations will also include assessments of the manufacture and supply chain to assure the plant can be built and performs as designed.
Poulos further added that “such highly specialized skills are what clients want to be able to rely on to make confident project development decisions, lower their risks, and maximize project value.”
Post-construction, the company will also evaluate and advise operations, asset management, software controls, and best-practice maintenance.
Meanwhile, the company is offering finance-grade consulting and technical services for wind, solar and storage projects across the globe. It is also providing technically sound and accuracy-driven technical services, including prospecting and resource assessment, independent technical and financial engineering, as well as plant optimization, operations and repowering.